McCarthy participates in a news conference after a Republican caucus meeting at the Capitol in Washington

U.S. House may vote on 'fast-track' Thursday: McCarthy

McCarthy participates in a news conference after a Republican caucus meeting at the Capitol in WashingtonBy Richard Cowan and Roberta Rampton WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. House of Representatives might try again on Thursday to advance legislation granting President Barack Obama “fast track” trade negotiating authority, House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy told Reuters on Wednesday. In a brief hallway interview, McCarthy would not provide specifics, but said it “could be possible” the controversial trade legislation would be on the House floor on Thursday. Minutes later, the White House said Obama will meet on Wednesday with pro-trade Senate and House Democrats.

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